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"dr larry" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:13 min | 6 months ago

"dr larry" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"He makes himself more than one branch of government. And then the third thing is he deprives people of government. He won't let them make any laws. And so if you just think about it, what would, if you just read all of those charges and think, what kind of procedure would it take to remedy all these evils he's done? And the answer you get is the constitution of the United States. And that's how they wrote it. And so this idea and see, they also are related in this way. There is independence is a statement of principle. And the word principle is a very interesting word. Because it means beginning in its root, it means the first thing. But for the thing to be a thing to be a first thing in a series of things, what makes the things into a series, the answer is they all share the same essence, right? So that means the word principle has to be a statement of essence. It has to mean. This thing means this. This thing is this. That's what the doctor was trying to finish does. Although it outlines. Now, for anything to be a being, I'm using these complicated words, I can't help it. They've become familiar to me. For anything to be a being or an entity. It has to have something more than a principle. It has to have a form. It has to be shaped in a way. It has to be something you can look at and see. And the form of the government is named in the deck in the constitution of the United States. If you want to know what the United States looks like when it acts, right? It looks like three branches of government. And you can actually visibly see it because if you know, which I do not encourage, if you watch TV don't, if you're still going to watch TV, don't watch the news. Read instead. Listen to the radio. It's better. But a big event happens in the government. The TV cameras will be outside The White House because the executive branch is acted or outside the capitol because the legislative branch is acted or outside the Supreme Court because the judicial branch is active, right? And that's what America looks like when it's acting as a whole. Now you have to have the principle or the final cause. And you have to have the form or formal cause in order to have an entity of being. And they and they each are necessary and related. Now, it's interesting about the constitution. That they made a form. The Articles of Confederation during the revolution. And they regarded it quickly as faulty. And what was wrong about it? Well, you know, first of all, it doesn't have separation of powers. It doesn't have an executive that can act. And a judiciary that can check the executive, and it doesn't have legislatures that can empower the action. And then the worst thing about it all is, because our form of government is so radically from the bottom up, we authorize and make the government. The government does not authorize and make us. And the trouble was, the argument confederation were passed in the ordinary legislature. And that meant that it couldn't be an authority above there. And that's what Madison says in a very important document called the vices of the political system in the United States. One of the documents that led to the constitutional convention, he says, that's a fatal flaw. Because we the constitution United States is the only law that the people as a whole have ever passed. And then by the way, the method by which they passed it, which was constitutional conventions appointed by the people, especially for this purpose, singularly for this purpose. And then that whole method disappears, right? So we make a law, and it can be the supreme law because it's the only one we ever made. And the only partial making of it after that are the amendments to the constitution. And that means those are all recurrences to extraordinary method so that the ultimate authority of the people can remain above the government. Now, I said that I just described the United States as a inform is a relatively simple thing. Three branches of government. But of course, there are now a 150 or so. It's actually controversial how many they are. Lawmaking bodies in America. It's very difficult to name them all, right? But they make laws through procedures that are quite outside the constitution. And they make the great majority of our laws now. That's the reason there can be so many laws. And that's a change in the form that is, in my opinion, extremely threatening to our liberty, and we have to subject those agencies again to the legislature. And that's there are ways of doing that. There are plans for that that have been partially one of the past representatives. Let us say. If a regulatory act is not ratified by the legislature within a certain period of time,.

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"dr larry" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

07:04 min | 6 months ago

"dr larry" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"And I said, you should go to Princeton. And he said, why do you say that? I said, did you name him? Because it's very prestigious. And he said, well, he is. I said good. If that's what you want, you should go there. But if you want to hold to your opinion and be prestigious, go to Princeton. What if you want to know the truth? That takes some finding out. And it's no good, me just telling it to you. You know, I know some things that are true and can argue for them. But why are they true? How do they fit into all the other things that are true? That's a quest you have to go on. And so that's the thing. You know, you know, the great question to ask young people is always fine. You know, I get kids come up to me, want to get in and hook up college with turns out it's difficult to get into now. And they'll say, I'm a conservative. And I'd like to go to health college. And I always say, what's a concern? It turns out it's kind of hard to define that word, right? Because there are lots of things. How do you know which ones to conserve? You know, there's a lot that need to destroy. And so, you know, eventually you'll reach the definition. The first of all, all such definitions depend upon claim that the thing is good. And, you know, because only good things. And then that raises the question, what makes the thing good, which are the prime subject in the socratic dialogs for goodness sake, right? Some of the most important and beautiful things ever written exploring all the time. What is it for a thing to be good? Aristotle does that too. And so you've got to get kids on that quest. And then their souls will elevate and they'll be they'll become good at figuring out things that are good and not good. And that's, you know, that's what education is. Well, I can say that taking the online courses and reading your work doctor Arne, I've been on that journey and it's been so fulfilling. And I might have got a later start than I would have liked, but it's been nourishing nourishing to my soul. So I want to ask you about one of your books, the founders key. And kind of a series of arguments you make in that book and the lectures that you do around this topic. I think it ties into some of the some of the national news items today around our history and also education. So it's a good segue. In the book, you make the argument that the declaration and constitution fit almost perfectly within one another. This argument is rejected by a lot of academics. They think they're actually two separate type of documents. And the constitution was fixing the errors of the Declaration of Independence. You argue that the declaration is kind of our birthday. Our birth certificate. And that's a big deal where the French or the Chinese or other nations, you could kind of approximate within a couple hundred years where they started, but not a specific date in a moment. Please explain that to our audience and just also about the exceptionalism of our founding and a little bit of what you talk about the divine connection between the declaration of the constitution. Okay. Well, first of all, remember, it's a conservative scholars when they differ with the decorations who say that the constitution fixed its errors. The liberals think that the constitution blemish to that price of independence. And my argument I claim it's the true argument is that they're hand in glove. And that's easy to demonstrate on these simple grounds. First of all, there's a wide overlap between the people who wrote them. Second, they didn't understand the declaration as a departure. I mean, there's a historical record about that. The third thing is just read the documents. The constitution gives its chief task is to give a structure of government. And the structure is a beautiful thing. It's worth thinking about for years about that thing. Because remember, the first three articles of the constitution are each about a branch of government. And the branches are separate. And the reason for that, Madison says, is because something about the human soul, men are not angels and angels do not government. And so you would only interest all the powers of government to God. Now, come to find out in the decorative independence, God appears four times. He appears as the creator, which is the equivalent of a founding father. He appears as the maker of the laws of nature and of nature's God. The legislative branch. He appears as divine Providence, that's the executive branch. And he appears as the supreme judge of the world. The judicial branch. And those are the four times he occurs. And the lesson even in the decoration of independence is, you'd put all those powers in one set of hands if they were God's hands. Then inside the decoration independence, because, you know, their question is in three parts. A beautiful beginning that's a kind of universal statement of the authority under which they are perceiving. And they needed that, by the way, because they're getting ready to throw off the English law. And they need something outside and above that to start. And they start with the laws of nature and nature's God. The last part is the legislative act. Very grand, appealing to the supreme judge of the world for the rectitude of our intentions. We hereby declare these free and independent states. So that's the legislature in the middle is the case. They make a case against the king. That case is introduced at the end of the first part when they say prudence indeed will dictate that governments long established will not be changed from life and transient causes. In other words, you need an argument, why it's right to do this crazy thing. And so they make the case. And the case is in 17 paragraphs and the paragraphs are about the bad things the king did. The interfered with representation. As to say he mes with the legislative branch, he prevented elections. He prevented the legislatures from meeting. The case is about violating separation of powers..

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"dr larry" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:16 min | 6 months ago

"dr larry" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So doctor Arne, you say this in some of your interviews where some freshman or sophomore students will say, well, doctor Arne, I feel or I think a certain way. And you'll say, well, I don't really care about how you think. Can you talk about that? Because that's an interesting way to put it. Maybe I miss categorizing it. But it's a different way than most colleges would do it, which is to say, well, the students know best, we gotta listen to them first and foremost. Well, so, you know, I'll illustrate with the story. Many years ago now, 15 years ago or something, I had a young man stand up and to crowd a big big crowd of people, four or 5 or 600 of them. And he said, if I come to health, will you respect my opinion? And I said, yeah, we don't give a crap about that. And everybody laughs. And I said, are you 18 years old? 17 years old? What can your opinion be worth? And I said, shouldn't you be about the business of improving your opinions until they approximate the truth? By the way, you also will not be encouraged to respect my opinion. You will be encouraged to respect the forming of opinion into truth. And that's a lifelong effort, but first, by the way, you have to learn a bunch of stuff. In order to go about it, I think I asked the young man at one point, you know, that young man's a graduate will start college now. He asked me, he said, should I go to healthcare or should I go to Princeton? And I said, you should go to Princeton. And he said, why do you say that? I said, did you name him? Because it's very prestigious. And he said, well, he is. I said good. If that's what you want, you should go there. But if you want to hold to your opinion and be prestigious, go to Princeton. What if you want to know the truth? That takes some finding out. And it's no good, me just telling it to you. You know, I know some things that are true and can argue for them. But why are they true? How do they fit into all the other things that are true? That's a quest you have to

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Why Dr. Larry Arnn, President of Hillsdale College, Doesn't Care What You Think

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:16 min | 6 months ago

Why Dr. Larry Arnn, President of Hillsdale College, Doesn't Care What You Think

"So doctor Arne, you say this in some of your interviews where some freshman or sophomore students will say, well, doctor Arne, I feel or I think a certain way. And you'll say, well, I don't really care about how you think. Can you talk about that? Because that's an interesting way to put it. Maybe I miss categorizing it. But it's a different way than most colleges would do it, which is to say, well, the students know best, we gotta listen to them first and foremost. Well, so, you know, I'll illustrate with the story. Many years ago now, 15 years ago or something, I had a young man stand up and to crowd a big big crowd of people, four or 5 or 600 of them. And he said, if I come to health, will you respect my opinion? And I said, yeah, we don't give a crap about that. And everybody laughs. And I said, are you 18 years old? 17 years old? What can your opinion be worth? And I said, shouldn't you be about the business of improving your opinions until they approximate the truth? By the way, you also will not be encouraged to respect my opinion. You will be encouraged to respect the forming of opinion into truth. And that's a lifelong effort, but first, by the way, you have to learn a bunch of stuff. In order to go about it, I think I asked the young man at one point, you know, that young man's a graduate will start college now. He asked me, he said, should I go to healthcare or should I go to Princeton? And I said, you should go to Princeton. And he said, why do you say that? I said, did you name him? Because it's very prestigious. And he said, well, he is. I said good. If that's what you want, you should go there. But if you want to hold to your opinion and be prestigious, go to Princeton. What if you want to know the truth? That takes some finding out. And it's no good, me just telling it to you. You know, I know some things that are true and can argue for them. But why are they true? How do they fit into all the other things that are true? That's a quest you have to

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"dr larry" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

07:53 min | 6 months ago

"dr larry" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"How do you do that? First of all, what is the cup on the table? And what he says is, like everything that's being, it's in essence. It's not just matter because you could grind it up and it'd be just a pile of matter, right? It has a form. It has something to hold it together is what it is. And the reason we can see its essence is because we have a receptive soul. We whatever is holding this cup together. I've got one in my hand. Whatever is holding that together is also working on my intellect to build it in there. And he says the intellect is nothing before it thinks. It is only what it thinks. And that means it's more perfectly receptive than anything except God. Now. An immaterial thing can not have a color. Right? And so when they teach that your race is a structural feature of your being, they are telling the students, it is impossible for you to have objective knowledge of anything. It destroys the enterprise at the first step. And you know, that's all materialism. Communism, socialism, nazism, all of those things. What they do is they reduce the human being to matter. And so education and you're not going to get all that in kindergarten. Education has to be built on the assumption from the first day that you are a free being able to think and comprehend and speak. And reasoning speech are synonyms in Greece, logos is the word, right? And so you start on the first day and you're telling them that you're displaying that in various ways. And as they gain knowledge and character, the way is open for them to understand even that slightly complex things that I just explained. And, you know, the best of them will be reading the Aristotle's day anima, which is not a simple book, but it is a beautiful book. That argument about the soul that is in book three of chapter four of Diana, which is Latin for the soul. I the Greek is Perry Sue K suke is so that's where we get psychology from. And that chapter book three chapter four is about four pages long. Now, they're difficult pages. But they're very worth understanding and things like that should be put out as a goal to students early. Like, you know, you think you're going to like there's a proscription in literature today that you do not privilege the text over the reader. What that means is don't tell them that this is good or bad, let them make up their own right, right? And you know, when they're young, you're establishing a point already, and that is whatever claims about excellence are made, are questionable, right? Maybe even foolish. So instead what you do is, you want students to learn Shakespeare. You want an even to learn to love it. But you have to start by telling them, this is very valuable. This is a wonderful thing. You're going to see the beauty of it. In other words, you that's how you lead them. You show them away up. They have to travel that way. I had a kid, say to me one time. My dad made me go to church. And I said, good. And he said, he never thought to ask me if I should go. And I said, of course not. And he said, why is that right? And I said, because first of all, he thinks it's valuable. Telling you that's neutral. That's a position too. Tell him it's bad. That's a position, right? But by taking you to church, he could be certain that in the end you would have to make up your own mind, as you have just demonstrated. And he said, how did I demonstrate that? I said by asking me that question about your dad. In other words, you're not. You have to get them on a road to build their essential skills, which are reading writing and arithmetic. And their knowledge, and as they learn to evaluate, they will be able to question whatever they need to question. Whereas if you start them off with the final answer, which is nothing is true, except what we think is true. Then that crushes all questing for knowledge. Education works that way. It needs to be enthusiastic. It needs to be presented to the students as good as good for them as good to know as beautiful thing to know. And you know, by the time they get to college, you know, the way we proceed around here is, first of all, you know, everything is open to question. But that doesn't mean the teachers and the college are not very influential with the kids because we have a structure here. And, you know, you can't get into this college. Unless you commit to the structure, that means you have to be a volunteer. And we even explain at the moment that they volunteer that they can't right now understand everything they're getting themselves into. They will be able to think it through while they go. And that means they're free and they're freedom is cultivated in them by the discipline of learning. That's education. So doctor Arne, you say this in some of your interviews where some freshman or sophomore students will say, well, doctor Arne, I feel or I think a certain way. And you'll say, well, I don't really care about how you think. Can you talk about that? Because that's an interesting way to put it. Maybe I miss categorizing it. But it's a different way than most colleges would do it, which is to say, well, the students know best, we gotta listen to them first and foremost. Well, so, you know, I'll illustrate with the story. Many years ago now, 15 years ago or something, I had a young man stand up and to crowd a big big crowd of people, four or 5 or 600 of them. And he said, if I come to health, will you respect my opinion? And I said, yeah, we don't give a crap about that. And everybody laughs. And I said, are you 18 years old? 17 years old? What can your opinion be worth? And I said, shouldn't you be about the business of improving your opinions until they approximate the truth? By the way, you also will not be encouraged to respect my opinion. You will be encouraged to respect the forming of opinion into truth. And that's a lifelong effort, but first, by the way, you have to learn a bunch of stuff. In order to go about it, I think I asked the young man at one point, you know, that young man's a graduate will start college now. He asked me, he said, should I go to healthcare or should.

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"dr larry" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:13 min | 6 months ago

"dr larry" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Him out in the after the catechism of the war, they put a guy named mister Douglas J, he's famous. For this statement, in charge of education and there weren't any Ministry of Education back then, but he was the guy working on it. And he said this and he made the terrible mistake of making it in the hearing of Winston Churchill. He said, mothers don't often know what's best for their children. The gentleman in Whitehall, no better, White House, the governing center of England. The gentleman and Whitehall know better, right? That's just exactly like that idiot teary macaw. And in Virginia, you know? In other words, because we're scientifically trained in some way, by the way. And almost none of these bureaucrats are actually scientifically trained because you can't be scientifically trained in this kind of thing. So yeah, it just and just remember these arguments that lie behind the administrative state will deprive us of the ability to operate as effective human beings. Because everything will have to be done for us. And we are in there subjects. In every sense, like subjects of a tyrant, but also like subjects of all of their work upon us. And that's just despotic. And it's, you know, very entrenched. And one of the reasons I think education is important is. You know, you Charlie Kirk, young phenom. And have you got married yet? Yes. And I can make. You got yourself a girl now, lady. And you got to take care of her, right? And that means your domain is growing. And it starts with the family. And no matter what success you have in your life and I expect you're going to have a lot more. If you get yourself some kids, which I encourage, then what you will know because they live is that there will be there will be that many people who think something is extremely important has happened the day you die. You'll have this relationship with them. And it's sacred and it's tight. And it can't go away. If it's destroyed, the resentment will last forever. And so that's the first thing that the primary human experience. After that, you got to make a living. You got to get your bread from the sweat of your face as Lincoln would say. And that is sacred to people. And then the last thing is your contact with the divine, which is written in every reflection you have about right and wrong. Every perception you have about what things are and how they fit and then what order. You're always thinking about God when you're thinking that way. That's something you said you liked about this course and we caught on the ethics, which is Aristotle just explains that sublimely. And that means that those three things, right? Your family. And your work. And your contact with the divine is a moral intellectual responsible agent. Those are the three fundamental elements of human life. And lord their messing with them all, and that means there'll be nothing left for us to do. And I think what happened in Virginia is people are coming to see that now. I completely agree with that. And so I want to kind of zero in on one thing you mentioned, which is debated, which is if education means to lead forth, and I learned this in a hillsdale online course, so for everyone listening go to Charlie for hillsdale dot com and check it out. It's a phenomenal course on western philosophy and just intro to philosophy. The lead fourth, I believe doctor arn you could correct me is from the allegory of the cave is where that imagery came from. Where it's a lead fourth from darkness into light, which is so then what is the proper way to lead children? That is the debate in some ways. Because there is there's three types of camps right now in the education debate that I'm able to perceive. One that wants to lead children fourth towards critical race theory, an emphasis on diversity equity inclusion, the 1619 Project, another camp that says we're not going to make any truth claims. We're just going to show the kids everything that's out there and they can kind of go through the buffet line and choose as they see fit, but then there's a another way. I would call it the hillsdale way or the classical education way that says, we're going to lead them fourth towards truth towards people of strong character where I learned from you, which means that which is etched in like tattoo. So doctor Anne, can you help explain that a little bit? Because some parents get nervous when you say, you're gonna lead them forth to something and say some things are better than others. Well, remember, the caveat, they're gonna make the trip, right? You don't grow for the plant. You just nourish it. And if you nourish it right, it will grow better. But yeah, so the first thing, you know, this day and age is kind of extreme and so this thing that I think is always true in education is especially important today. And that is all you do is show them, help them figure out what things are. And it starts with what they are. What are you? What kind of thing are you? How are we able to have this conversation? That's one reason why Aristotle is so great. Because he explains all that, right? But just think now compare Eric Aristotle's account of the human being, which, you know, anybody can understand, by the way, I mean, it takes some work to divide it directly from Aristotle, but Aristotle says, how do you see the cup on the table and know what.

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"dr larry" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:24 min | 6 months ago

"dr larry" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Episode of the Charlie Kirk show with us today as someone who has taught me more than anyone else in the last year and a half. I have listened to hundreds of hours of his lectures and read many of his books and honored to have him on the show today. The president of hillsdale college, where we have a great partnership together, Charlie for hillsdale dot com, doctor Arne, honored to have you with us today. It's great to be with you. I've become a great admirer of Charlie Kirk. Thank you. And you've taught me quite a lot. And I tell everyone that your Aristotle course really touched me and strengthened my beliefs in a variety of ways. So doctor an I want to start with this open question and we see this in the news lately of what is education. What is the purpose of education? I see a lot of people kind of fumble in that recently. Even people on the center right that would call themselves conservatives. People that say, well, we got to teach people how to think, not what to think or we gotta listen to kids and give them what they want. What is the purpose of education? That's not how to think about what to think. If you just think about it for a minute, it's silly, right? Do we want to raise them up to think that the moon is made out of green cheese? So the point is, if you step back from our mechanistic engineering society, which touches across the political spectrum, by the way, education is not like making anything. It's like helping something to grow. But the growth is in the thing, right? You can plan an acorn all day long and you'll never get a pine tree out of it, right? No matter how you cultivate it. So education is growth. Now, you know, the Latin word education means to lead forth educator and that raises the question which way is fourth. And that means, you know, the Bible says, train up a child and the way he should go. We should have the same thing is the way he wants to go in all cases, but of course people do want to grow to be fully what they are. So education is just helping them learn and you have to step back again in another way, too, because human beings love to know. The first line of aerosols metaphysics. The human being stretches himself out to know. We want to know, and that means in any class, it's just highly likely that if you've got something interesting to talk about, the kids will be interested. And what we think is all the focus, it's across government and it's rooted in education. We think it's something we do to people. And we don't. So some parents are saying that they are dissatisfied. They are angry at what's happening at the local school district. For good reason. In response, we see the American federation of teachers and Randy white gardens say that parents have no role in their kids education. In the ideal doctor Arne, what is the parent's role in education? Well, they're partners in it. And the ideal situation, I mean, first of all, parents are in the same position as teachers, by the way. You know, I'm I have four children and now I have grandchild that I have another one on the way. The grand grandchild is the most important being on earth. And my wife and I are going to help her parents raise her. But that doesn't mean we're going to make anything out of her. We're going to help her be what by nature she is born to be. And she is going to do it. And, you know, she's 11 months old. You can already see her working on that. So parents are like teachers. Now, what should happen is the parents join with the teachers. They should be involved. And, you know, at any partnership, you know, the word college, by the way, means partnership. And parents are in the partnership. And you have to agree the terms of the partnership. But if you do, then you can cooperate. You're all trying to get the same thing done. I noticed about homeschools, by the way that very encouraging thing. Homeschooling itself is very good and it's growing very fast now because this point you make that people are sick of the schools. A great exciting thing is co ops. Parents get together and pool their resources and their children, and they teach them. Take turns, hire somebody sometimes, right? In other words, they're building a school. And a school is a natural thing. You schools are as old as Plato's academy or older. So yeah, they should be in the schools. And see, here's another point. The curriculum, K through 12, almost everything that's taught. Are things that anybody can know if they have common sense and take trouble together knowledge and think about it, right? And that means that expertise is not the thing in school. In fact, it almost any level, you know, you don't have to be a rocket scientist unless you're teaching rocket science. And so schools can be. Must be should be transparent. And that means parents can understand. Of course they can. And this whole deal, you quoted the guy from the teachers union. That we're just the experts, and you know nothing. Think what that would mean if it was true. It means that you're not competent to raise your own child. Yes. And then what work is there for you in the world that what can you do? Everything. Here's a great episode from the life of Winston Churchill..

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Dr. Larry Arnn, President of Hillsdale College, on the Purpose of Education

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 6 months ago

Dr. Larry Arnn, President of Hillsdale College, on the Purpose of Education

"Kirk show with us today as someone who has taught me more than anyone else in the last year and a half. I have listened to hundreds of hours of his lectures and read many of his books and honored to have him on the show today. The president of hillsdale college, where we have a great partnership together, Charlie for hillsdale dot com, doctor Arne, honored to have you with us today. It's great to be with you. I've become a great admirer of Charlie Kirk. Thank you. And you've taught me quite a lot. And I tell everyone that your Aristotle course really touched me and strengthened my beliefs in a variety of ways. So doctor an I want to start with this open question and we see this in the news lately of what is education. What is the purpose of education? I see a lot of people kind of fumble in that recently. Even people on the center right that would call themselves conservatives. People that say, well, we got to teach people how to think, not what to think or we gotta listen to kids and give them what they want. What is the purpose of education? That's not how to think about what to think. If you just think about it for a minute, it's silly, right? Do we want to raise them up to think that the moon is made out of green cheese? So the point is, if you step back from our mechanistic engineering society, which touches across the political spectrum, by the way, education is not like making anything. It's like helping something to grow. But the growth is in the thing, right? You can plan an acorn all day long and you'll never get a pine tree out of it, right? No matter how you cultivate it. So education is growth. Now, you know, the Latin word education means to lead forth educator and that raises the question which way is fourth. And that means, you know, the Bible says, train up a child and the way he should go. We should have the same thing is the way he wants to go in all cases, but of course people do want to grow to be fully what they

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"dr larry" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 6 months ago

"dr larry" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So some parents are saying that they are dissatisfied. They are angry at what's happening at the local school district. For good reason. In response, we see the American federation of teachers and Randy white gardens say that parents have no role in their kids education. In the ideal doctor Arne, what is the parent's role in education? Well, they're partners in it. And the ideal situation, I mean, first of all, parents are in the same position as teachers, by the way. You know, I'm I have four children and now I have grandchild that I have another one on the way. The grand grandchild is the most important being on earth. And my wife and I are going to help her parents raise her. But that doesn't mean we're going to make anything out of her. We're going to help her be what by nature she is born to be. And she is going to do it. And, you know, she's 11 months old. You can already see her working on that. So parents are like teachers. Now, what should happen is the parents join with the teachers. They should be involved. And, you know, at any partnership, you know, the word college, by the way, means partnership. And parents are in the partnership. And you have to agree the terms of the partnership. But if you do, then you can cooperate. You're all trying to get the same thing done. I noticed about homeschools, by the way that very encouraging thing. Homeschooling itself is very good and it's growing very fast now because this point you make that people are sick of the schools. A great exciting thing is co ops. Parents get together and pool their resources and their children, and they teach them. Take turns, hire somebody sometimes, right? In other words, they're building a school. And a school is a natural thing. You schools are as old as Plato's academy or

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Hillsdale College President Dr. Larry Arnn Describes a Parent's Role in a Child's Education

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 6 months ago

Hillsdale College President Dr. Larry Arnn Describes a Parent's Role in a Child's Education

"So some parents are saying that they are dissatisfied. They are angry at what's happening at the local school district. For good reason. In response, we see the American federation of teachers and Randy white gardens say that parents have no role in their kids education. In the ideal doctor Arne, what is the parent's role in education? Well, they're partners in it. And the ideal situation, I mean, first of all, parents are in the same position as teachers, by the way. You know, I'm I have four children and now I have grandchild that I have another one on the way. The grand grandchild is the most important being on earth. And my wife and I are going to help her parents raise her. But that doesn't mean we're going to make anything out of her. We're going to help her be what by nature she is born to be. And she is going to do it. And, you know, she's 11 months old. You can already see her working on that. So parents are like teachers. Now, what should happen is the parents join with the teachers. They should be involved. And, you know, at any partnership, you know, the word college, by the way, means partnership. And parents are in the partnership. And you have to agree the terms of the partnership. But if you do, then you can cooperate. You're all trying to get the same thing done. I noticed about homeschools, by the way that very encouraging thing. Homeschooling itself is very good and it's growing very fast now because this point you make that people are sick of the schools. A great exciting thing is co ops. Parents get together and pool their resources and their children, and they teach them. Take turns, hire somebody sometimes, right? In other words, they're building a school. And a school is a natural thing. You schools are as old as Plato's academy or

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"dr larry" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 6 months ago

"dr larry" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"And if you have children or if you are a college student or high school student, these classes will help give you another side of the story if your teacher is teaching all this left wing Marxist post modernist deconstructionist socially relativistic atheistic garbage. I think the hillsdale online course can help you at Charlie four hillsdale dot com, or if your home school then you're just looking for a little bit of an addition to what you're already teaching your children, I think that it can be very beneficial to you. I ask doctor arn about, what does education mean? And doctor arn goes through in great detail, why we need to dismiss this phrase. Oh, we just want to teach young people how to think not what to think. He says that's a bunch of rubbish. So Charlie for hillsdale dot com check it out it's free of charge you guys can go through the courses. You just put your email in there. You can download them as podcasts. I know personally, even with my hectic schedule, 90 minutes a day I dedicate towards learning, I know a lot of you can't do that because I'm literally in the business of teaching at times and so therefore I need to always be learning, but I encourage you guys to just put part of your schedule saying, we want to pursue things that are eternal, beautiful, good, and true, and I love hearing from you when you guys email us freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Two more short things. I'm really excited to see all of you in Phoenix, Arizona at America first, USA dot com slash EST. December 18 December 19 December 2021, we have Tucker Carlson Donald Trump Jr. Candace Owens, Jesse watters, Ted Cruz Rand Paul, and so many other amazing speakers, including my wife, will be there as well. TP USA dot com slash AMF EST. You can get your tickets today. In fact, we're running out of space. We're anticipating well over 10,000 people. TPU USA dot com slash AMF EST, while you're at it start a high school or college chapter, every young person out there should get involved with their turning point USA chapter on their high school or college campus today. I want to thank all of you that support our show at Charlie.

Tight Virginia race becomes referendum on Biden presidency

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 7 months ago

Tight Virginia race becomes referendum on Biden presidency

"One of the most closely watched elections today is the race for Virginia governor considered a bellwether ahead of next year's midterm elections former governor Terry McAuliffe remains optimistic he'll win a second term we're gonna take the jeans and I accept the well known Democrat who ran the state from twenty fourteen to twenty eighteen has watched an early lead dwindle to a statistical dead heat with Republican businessman Glenn young can tons of momentum I mean I'm not kidding the momentum in this race is something else early on young can have embraced Donald trump's policies but now has sought some distance political analyst Dr Larry Sabato says the tightness of this race sends a signal to national Democrats Republicans will take heart in that end will project this forward rightly or wrongly to November twenty twenty two when a third of the Senate the whole house of representatives and thirty six governorships on the ballot president Biden won the state of Virginia by ten percentage points just last year I'm Jackie Quinn

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A Comprehensive Defense of America's Embattled Constitution

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:34 min | 8 months ago

A Comprehensive Defense of America's Embattled Constitution

"We are blessed everybody. We are very very blessed to live in. A country still has some semblance of a divinely. Inspired form of government of the independent jewish judiciary rule of law consent to the govern- checks and balances and that started today. Not actually today. But on this day i should say many many years ago in seventeen eighty seven the united states constitution after it was the seven articles were at least conditionally approved by the constitution convention. They had to go state by state so they had to go. Delaware was the first state rhode island was the last state to ratify and to approve it and there are seven articles of the united states constitution. It wasn't until seventeen. Ninety one that the bill of rights was passed and ratified by all the states. And that's actually what most people know is their constitutional rights first amendment second amendment amendment fourth amendment first amendment right to speech not to be infringed upon by government. Secondment the right to bear arms third amendment. That soldiers don't come into your home fourth amendment. The government can spy on you fifth amendment. You're right against self-incrimination. Six seven and eight all about process speed and a speedy speedy and quick jury of your peers against long imprisonment unfairly ninth amendment which actually one of my favorite amendments to the constitution which says that anything that is not in the constitution does not mean that it's not protected tenth amendment. Things that are not in here are protect are then given to the states and to the people that the for. That's the first ten amendments to the united states constitution. But that actually wasn't part of what we're celebrating today. If i remember correctly december seventeen ninety one that the bill of rights was was ratified. James madison wrote. It is our reason alone that must be placed in control of the government. Our passions must be controlled by it. The constitution spreads power over time and over land makes it hard to change. Things makes it hard to conduct. Quick revolutions you see the founding fathers in this constitution. And this is the best way to defend. Somebody asked me say charlie what conservatives actually believe said. It's very simple. We believe in natural law. We believe in a natural law. Giver founders knew this they wrote it in the declaration which is why the declaration is a partner of the constitution. They go right into each other. As dr larry arnn from hillsdale college would say it's the founders key. They are meant for one

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Simone Biles to Testify Against FBI in Larry Nassar Case

NPR News Now

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

Simone Biles to Testify Against FBI in Larry Nassar Case

"Biles and three other prominent. Us gymnasts are scheduled to testify on capitol hill today. Npr's carrie johnson reports. Lawmakers are examining the fbi's failure to fully investigate. Dr larry nassar following abuse complaints. The justice department inspector general says the fbi failed to act with urgency after received tips. About larry nassar in two thousand fifteen in all more than two hundred fifty women have since. Come forward to say that. Nassar sexually abused them as girls or young athletes including gymnast. Simone biles michaela maroney maggie nicols and allie razman all. Four women are expected to testify before the senate judiciary committee. Lawmakers say they're probing fundamental mistakes by the fbi that allowed nassar to continue to prey on young people. He's been sentenced to more than one hundred years in

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"dr larry" Discussed on Balthasar:  Beauty, Goodness, Truth

Balthasar: Beauty, Goodness, Truth

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"dr larry" Discussed on Balthasar: Beauty, Goodness, Truth

"Today and awareness of needing to be not one of the on highs virgins but the wise ones not caught unawares. And so i see love alone. As his way of saying we need to stop filtering. Christ revelation of god through the lens of cosmology and anthropology sociology. Whatever we need to let it speak for itself in all of its freshness in order to challenge us and rip us open a new in a way that can then create new insights for our to go forward. And here's the real talent. It's for us to learn to love as he loved anybody. Living in christ that we need to understand that our life is meant to be the authentic expression of authentic love and pro. That sounds so stupid. Oh had gotta love. That's the hardest thing it is real. Love is the hardest thing to do and again what you just spoke to is all the need for confess. Ceo confession refers to know who we are and what we are to move from there right. Oh there's a great quote from saint augustine that dorothy day quotes at the beginning of her book. The lawn loneliness something of a lord. Please help me to know myself. So i might know the better. And and that is so true of how we love that. I need to understand how tainted my love is with self interest. I need to understand that. He didn't know that about myself. In order that i can purchase it and therefore love the better wonderful. Dr larry tap. Thank you so much thank you. Thank you chris it's been it's been a pleasure. This concludes part. Five of our conversation. With dr larry chap discussing hunter is found both as ours. Love alone is credible to learn more about this book or to obtain a copy go to ignatius dot com the website for its publisher ignatius press or you can find it at any fine catholic bookstore to hear and or to download this conversation along with many other episodes of this particular series visit von balthasar. Dot com they are to you can also access numerous audio excerpts from these particular book along with others from the ball library. We hope that this has been helpful for you that you will consider subscribing to this particular podcast and liking it on whatever platform you may be hearing it on but most of all. We hope that you will tell a friend about von balthasar. Dot com and join us for the next episode of balthasar. Beauty goodness truth..

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"dr larry" Discussed on Balthasar:  Beauty, Goodness, Truth

Balthasar: Beauty, Goodness, Truth

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"dr larry" Discussed on Balthasar: Beauty, Goodness, Truth

"Well to balthasar. Beauty goodness truth. A series of conversations about the life and teachings of swiss theologian hans von balthasar. Who is considered to be one of the most important catholic intellectuals and writers of the twentieth century incredibly prolific and diverse. You wrote over one hundred books. He is also co founder with cardinal joseph ratzinger of the acclaimed theological journal communion. It is the purpose of this series of programs to introduce some of the themes of balthasar. Work and perhaps to help some understand better why concerts von balthasar is so important from modern theology and for the lived experience of the church today balthasar beauty goodness truth. I'm your host. Chris mcgregor we now continue with part five of our conversation on honduras. Emboss czars love alone is credible. But dr larry chap an expert from love alone is credible by honda as baldassare from the section entitled love as deed the genuine desire nothing but the greater glory of god love. This alone is the condition of possibility of what they do. A person would contradict them outright if thinking he knows better he words to interpret their deeds as means of self glorification. The saints are lost in the depth of god. They are hidden him there. Perfection grows not around the center of their ego but solely around the center of god whose inconceivable and incalculable grace it is to make his creature freer in himself and four himself to the extent that he becomes freer for god alone. We can resolve this paradox. Only if we understand in the light of god self gift that he is love which is just as jealous as it is without envy so that it can either exclusively to itself just as much as it casts itself out to all the sole credibility of the church christ founded lies as he himself says in the saints as those who sought to settle all things on the love of christ alone. It is in them that we can see what the authentic church is. That is what she is in her authenticity. While she is essentially obscured by centers as people who do not seriously believe in god's love and turned into a useless sigma which is such deservedly provokes contradiction and blasphemy. Romans chapter two verse. Twenty four christ's apologetic by contrast can be summarized in one sentence by this. All men will know that you are my disciples if you have love for one another. John chapter thirteen verse thirty five. This however means demonstrating the truth of dogma. I them and thou in me that they may be perfectly one so that the world may know that thou has sent me and has loved them. Even as thou has slugged. Me john chapter seventeen. I twenty three lovers dean a deed that has genuinely humid with a heavy emphasis on corporal. Works of mercy as it is therefore genuinely divine because it is granted by god's patience and humility and thus adid that becomes effectively present through everything that happens in the church in the preaching and the mass and the sacraments and the organization and canon law. This is the proof of spirit and power it is only at this point concluding with a flourish that one can speak about the ultimate mystery of love. This is the magnum mysterious of the one flesh as being one in spirit as one bread one body a mystery of unspeakable unity. No longer living for oneself but henceforward living only for the one who loves indeed no longer. Do i live but christ lives in me. God himself shines in our hearts a reciprocal in dwelling that lies beyond all imagination proceeding from the perception of the vale vision of the glory of love of the lord to nevermore glorious reflection through the transformation into the same image which the lord works through the power of the spirit. Second corinthians chapter three verse eighteen. Now's the time for us who've have been handed the message to pass it on but we have to truly do it but in i would say in the same manner as heroically as dorothy day as mother teresa or even carlos acute. 'as the young guy. Even though he was facing something cataclysmic continued to pass on with joy. Enthusiasm for entering into love. Now is the time for the great saints to rise up from among us. Yes now is the time for the universal call to holiness up from vatican to to really to really habits moment absolutely but we have to have a gut check as faithful all of those who seem to know or would like others to feel they know the heart of the church that if we can pass it on in virtue to pass it on in virtue to pass it on with creativity to pass it on with cultural awareness to patchett. Pass it on an away. That's real and authentic One of the great problems again with some of the criticism of balthasar. And what balthasar understood. Is that modern. People do not necessarily modern catholics. Do not so much need to be categorized as re evangelized and thus to throw a bunch of candy kisses or proper doctrine at people. I mean that says the starting point. I don't obviously you've got to have a baseline of doctrines and chemical beliefs but it's not enough. It's absolutely not enough. And that approach would therefore one on one of the biggest problems this idea. One of the things that caused all the problems after the council was bad catty cases. No bad kennedy cases was a symptom of a much deeper rot. And that was the lack of challenge the lack of this sense of s catalogs edge that the church had lost in her compromises with modernity and this was what baltasar project was trying to recover that crystal logical s scatalogical edginess that had been lost and.

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USA gymnastics 'giant' dead after trafficking, sexual assault charges filed

Democracy Now! Audio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

USA gymnastics 'giant' dead after trafficking, sexual assault charges filed

"Michigan former. Us olympic gymnastics coach. John gathered died by suicide. Thursday moments after he was charged with sexual assault and human trafficking in addition to to charges of sexual assault against children. Get it was accused of enabling former olympic team physician and convicted serial rapists and child. Sexual abuser dr. Larry nassar nassar survivor. Sarah klein was just eight years old when she began training and get her gym on thursday. She said quote he tortured and abused little girls myself included for more than thirty years and was able to cheat

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Ex-Olympic coach dies by suicide in Michigan after facing charges

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-Olympic coach dies by suicide in Michigan after facing charges

"Get her to former USA Gymnastics coach who has ties to convicted sex offender Dr Larry Nassar and was himself charged with sexual assault in Michigan, died by suicide. Today. ABC is Matt Gutman. John get it was hit with 24 charges, many for the human trafficking of minors, but rather than face those charges, authorities say the former U. S. Olympic gymnastics coach Chose to die by suicide. The sex abuse scandal has set off an earthquake in the world of Yusa women's gymnastics and, in the end get her denying his alleged victims closure. Police say they found him dead at a rest stop off of an interstate near Lansing, Michigan.

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Two former Olympic gymnastics coaches with ties to Larry Nassar have now died by suicide

Lance McAlister

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Two former Olympic gymnastics coaches with ties to Larry Nassar have now died by suicide

"Tonight. It just been charged with human trafficking and assault for crimes allegedly committed in Michigan. John Get hurt was a giant in gymnastics. He led the women's Olympic team to Golden 2012. On Thursday, He was charged with two dozen crimes linked allegations that he physically and sexually abused Jim Nous. Hours later, he was found dead by suicide. His death coming on the hours before he was due to be arraigned in court get it was close with Dr Larry Nassar, who was convicted of sexually molesting his patients. Get. It was 63 years old Alex Stone ABC News. It's a landmark bill. It is supposed to

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Former U.S. gymnastics coach dies by suicide after sex crime charges filed in Michigan

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Former U.S. gymnastics coach dies by suicide after sex crime charges filed in Michigan

"Coach with ties to Convicted sex offender Dr Larry Nassar found dead today after he was charged with human traffic and he'll assault For alleged crimes in Michigan. John Get Hurt was a giant in gymnastics. He led the women's Olympic team to gold and 2012. On Thursday, He was charged with two dozen crimes linked allegations that he physically and sexually abused Jim Nous. Hours later, he was found dead by suicide. His death coming on the hours before he was due to be arraigned in court. Get. It was close with Dr Larry Nasher, who was convicted of sexually molesting his patients Get it was 63 years old Alex Stone. ABC News, CDC says more than 68

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Dr. Larry Arnn on the Impeachment of Donald Trump

Hugh Hewitt

02:58 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Larry Arnn on the Impeachment of Donald Trump

"I wanted to ask your thoughts on the impeachment proceedings of this week and whether or not It is constitutional for the Senate to try a president who has left office. Well, there's so first of all these arguments on both sides, and they're pretty ably made in the Washington Post lately in a And the article You sent me my my clue. Big, great. The great retired judge. And another by Laurence Tribe. And, uh, First I'll tell you what I think. And I'll tell you the arguments. What I think is Impeachment is a special process, especially as regards the chief executive because there's a problem to solve. In Britain that forever the sovereign was the King and the chief executive. And there wasn't really any method to remove him. They, You know, in the in Charles the first they cut off head, but they weren't really ever able to establish a British law that would let them do that. Um, And that's because Executive is in charge of prosecutions. How do you prosecute the executive? And it's sensitive because anyway, you prosecute him. Anybody who has the power to prosecute him could conceivably take over the executive. In our country. The executive is elected and that would mean toward in the well of people. So they did a brilliant thing they contrived. They contrived that the two political branches would take on a somewhat judicial function. And one would accuse him and the prosecute him and the other would try him. That would mean then that there would have to be a sort of consensus in the nation. The political forces in the nation, and it would also, however, operate under some rules of law. They would present evidence and have cross examination. So that's what they did. And that's Ah. That's where two really well Uh, the point is, What about Private citizen, which is what Donald Trump will be in a few days. And So I the reason I think a private citizen cannot be prosecuted is because if you read, you know, they're six mentions of impeachment in the Constitution and Is it to have Marin? If, after the Three M. Marin articles one and the two of them are an article to and what I'm is an Article three. So the dimensions the second one is the most interesting one. Senate shall have the sole power to try impeachments. Uh, Judgment in cases of impeachment shall not extend further than two removal from office. And the conjunction Disqualified disqualification to hold and enjoy any Office of honor trust or profit under the United States.

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Dr. Kenneth Calvert on the History of Puritans

Hugh Hewitt

03:51 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Kenneth Calvert on the History of Puritans

"Back America to hear it. The Hillsdale dialogue sponsored by Hill. Tell college that you hear each week at this time is underway. All things Hillsdale collected it. Hil failed dot e d u I mentioned a great classical school in Orange County, which is Thea Orange County Classical Academy. It is one of the Hillsdale classical academies inspired by Hillsdale. Which teach the founding and Dr Larry on President. Hillsdale College is joined by Dr Kenneth Calvert. Dr Katz When we went to break we're about to talk about the founding up North Way discussed the laws of Virginia three weeks ago. People who go and listen to that. That's England transplanted. What is it that the pilgrims had in mind? And when did the Pilgrim's become the Puritans? And how did they diverge? And when does the Salem compact come into this conversation? Well, I think it's important to understand that James, the first of England was really attempting to create a culture built around the Church of England. Andre English, Christianity on and then what happened in the midst of that was that you have two ends of a spectrum kind of cut off from from inclusion in that one are the Puritans on one side, the other are those who choose to hang on to their Catholicism's And on the product inside the Puritans and the pilgrims were ones who really struggled with this idea of being you know, essentially forced into into the Church of England. The Pilgrim's being separatist left first went to the Netherlands and, um, realize that their Children were becoming Dutch more than they leaving behind English tradition. So what's very interesting about the pilgrims? And then the Puritans that followed them is that they were very much you know, Uh, Honoring the King and stand and Parliament of England. But they did struggle with the religious, um, on church structure that had been established. And so the pilgrims ended up coming to the northern colonies and the pilgrims being much more separatist, much more distinct in their attempt. T O be separate from the Church of England, the Puritans who came after them and again. There's a lot of discussion is how one really makes a distinguished distinguishes between these two groups. The Puritans. Many of them were from London. Many of them were involved in commerce and business. Many of them had been trained at Cambridge University, Cambridge University in that at that time, tend to be the kind of intellectual center Puritanism. And what they wanted to do in this new colony or new colonies in the north was to really establish Christian Republic, Um, still under, um You know the King and Parliament of England but to establish a kind of government again, As I said earlier, that might Be a a model for how Christians would live with and among one another, they established the first university in the colonies, Harvard University. Established. You know, in the name of John Harvard, who was a Puritan from Stratford upon Avon and in 16 36. This this college became a university was established. Train pastors and to give a high level of education to the leadership of the Puritan communities

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It's Been One Year Since the First Case of COVID Was Found in China

World Affairs Council

02:06 min | 1 year ago

It's Been One Year Since the First Case of COVID Was Found in China

"It's been just about a year since the first symptomatic cases of a new coronavirus were reported in Wuhan, China. Viral pneumonia has hit central China's Fu Han city authorities have reported 27 cases in total, seven of which are critical. More than 35 million people in China are now on a travel lockdown. More than 800 have been sickened and 26 have died. As the virus spread like wildfire in Europe, we turned to one of the world's leading infectious disease specialists. My name's Larry. Brilliant. I'm an epidemiologist. Dr. Larry Brilliant, is CEO of Pan defense. He's best known for playing a key role in eradicating smallpox, a scourge of humanity for centuries. He previously led the school foundation's global threats fund. Was founding director of Google dot org's and he was scientific advisor for the 2011 film contagion back in March, right before the World Health Organization declared a global pandemic. This is how he assessed the situation. Very this is going to be a bumpy road. This is going to change the world for the next 12 to 18 months. They'll be outbreaks in States and countries they'll be cleared up the return again sees now they will play a small role in it. Travel and accidents replace small role in it. The case fatality rate will go up or down, not because it really changes or the virus changes. Based on how rapidly we find light cases or how rapidly we report deaths, But you have to realize that this is a novel coronavirus. And that there's nearly eight billion of us on the planet. None of us have immunity, except for a small handful. This disease is not going to go away by itself. We don't have an antiviral. We will not have a vaccine for 12 to 18 months. We're in for we're in for a tough time. But it is not A mass

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"dr larry" Discussed on The War on Morons

The War on Morons

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"dr larry" Discussed on The War on Morons

"Know. It's probably the police at this point. All right airy killed four one. Three year on the doctor The the war. On morons. This show with dr larry How can i help you. Yeah this is chuck in massachusetts. Can you hear me. okay. Yeah i can hear you all right and i've got to tell you chuck it is not. Yeah yeah nice to meet your nice to meet ya. I've been listening you. You've told fucking everybody that's called nice to meet you. What's wrong with you okay. You realize you're calling a self help show right well. Yeah a little bit of help here. But i mean every time you could get tired. Getting tired larry. Why don't you just say hello. Well i mean. I don't know why you gotta call all this aggression and i really would prefer if you're not using the knowledge word that starts with the letter f because i don't wanna get an f. Vc la fuck you. You fucking fcd. How jock wha- what did i do to you man like. We're almost at the end of the show. You call now. You tell me your problem. Just tell me your problem. What what is it got. You all worked up. I'll try to help you. Please watch watch much language. All right i try to say fuck anymore but whatever anyway. So here's the thing. I'm so obviously you know me. I'm chuck chicory tickets. I obviously i don't have a lot of us on your who. I'm chucking checking from the chicopee kitties know. I'm the guy that does suit. Your amanda where's the bird suit. I'm a baseball mascot. You where the fucking chicken. i'm. I'm not familiar but it's nice. Don't say it don't fuck and say well. I'm glad to make your acquaintance chuck So why you're you're in a bird suit. Yeah yeah so. I went to I and you know every apparently everybody knows. I'm the only guy in in springfield area. That scott us. They wanted to have me at this stage giving potty as potty. a lot of people didn't know 'cause you know of course with everything going around with this fake virus that's supposed to have a gathering but there was a big gathering. They needed somebody at be the turkey and then know they pay three hundred dollars. I work or three hundred dollars in the off season. Dr larry all right so So so you got three hundred dollars for wearing a bird shoe was just like kinda like a like a birthday party. That sort of thing but thanksgiving i wasn't quite like that but The problem is dr larry. I don't feel comfortable with what they made me do. While i was wearing supposed to. I i don't know if i want you to elaborate. I mean this nasty language already. And now i feel like i know where you're going with this i don't think you do. I don't think you do you know what a furrier as dr larry. Curry is because apparently apparently. Hey i'm a furry. I think what is that little sick fucked up. Sex body the sm teddy bear costumes that that's enough like these big fuzzy dogs with the with the with the kicking the ball. Say it out there big hanging out and with each other with leather belts and the stick and ball gags about dr larry. I wanna do that. I don't care if they're gonna give you three hundred check. I don't know if this is a problem. i saw. dr. Larry i did it. I all the stuff that they were doing it. I took the two dollars. Yeah i'm gonna be back for the christmas party. And i just don't know how i feel about that i i i think i think you should just accept your life as as a furry and i think he's probably lose this number all right. I think i could do that. I it was nice to meet you. Dr larry if you want we're going to be at the radisson we're going to beat the radical in albany next week. I'll get you an invite. I don't think i'm gonna be there. Hi let me know if you'd chuck. Well you know i. I was actually planning on staying a little longer. I'm to try to go ninety minutes but actor that last call. I've got to say i. I think i've reached my my my full moron capacity for the day. I'm more on the out. I'm more on that. I'm tapping out. No more dr larry on the moron show. Y'all can have it. Y'all can have some some next week. You're gonna get your your normal hosts a gay or whatever. His name is a nacer. they're going to be back You can catch me where you should have been listening to me in the first place. And that's kano w oklahoma city on. It's okay with dr. Larry giving you a real advice so In the meantime you have yourself a good week himself thanksgiving and.

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A Conversation between Tara Brach and Elizabeth Lesser

Tara Brach

04:54 min | 1 year ago

A Conversation between Tara Brach and Elizabeth Lesser

"Elizabeth. We are so delighted to have you with us. Thank you thank you thanks. It's a pleasure thank you. Hello everybody from all over the place. It's lovely to be with you. Yes i wanna jump right in to do your new book because i fall. We get grabbed by the tidal. Cassandra speaks can you just have to come up with that title. Who is cassandra. Let's just start writing with that. Well i've always loved mythology and religious texts. You know. I just love reading whether it's the bible or the koran or the buddhist texts or the hindu texts. I've just always just because humans learn through stories. that's how we learn. So i've been fascinated with stories and i didn't take me long to notice even way back in college that wow most of the books we love. Heroes tales the parables the myths they're written untold by men because back in the day. Ps also a lot now. The storytellers were men. And there's nothing wrong. With the stories. Men tell and the values men tell their stories from but a big swath of humanity was left out of the storytelling so when packing Reading reinterpreting everything. From adam and eve to chinese stories to the greek myths and as i was writing and i was writing about one of the greek town. The tale of cassandra we were in the midst of the metoo movement. Now i know that seems maybe like ancient history. Now we've all been through so much but really it was just like a year and a half ago and one night. I was watching television on. I was watching the televised trial of those young girls who had been molested by their doctor. Dr larry nassar and the judge in rare way of dealing with the trial. First of all allowed it to be televised and allowed one hundred twenty five girls to tell their story in front of the cameras with dr nassar sitting there and for years and years thirty years he'd been at it for years and years. These young women most of whom were olympic athletes had told their mothers had told their parents had told their coaches that college coaches the us olympic team coaches. They've told them that this man had been molesting them but no one believed them. And i was reading the story of cassandra. At the time. Cassandra was a princess. She was the most beautiful princess of the king of troy and troy was an ancient city. That was often at war with greece and she was so beautiful in lowering all the men wanted to marry her including the gods apollo. The son of zeus wanted to marry her. Zeus wanted to marry her and apollo offered her a gift. The gift of being clairvoyant. That she could be able to see into the future. She would see what was going to happen to her family. And her countrymen and her world and she wanted that She's very spiritual person she she wanted to be able to see into understand so she accepted the gift but he neglected to say that she would have to have sex with him right away after she got the gift but she didn't want to and he was furious so as the story goes he spat in her mouth in put a curse on her. Cassandra you will be clervoy int- but no one will believe you. And for years. She saw what was coming. She saw the war. She saw the trojan horse. She saw her brother's all dead. She saw her city in ruins and she would say it but no one would believe her. So as i was watching these young women. I thought they are cassandra's. They are telling their truth their experience but this time they're being believed and i thought that's what i want this book to be about changing the way the old story ends so it doesn't end with women not being heard women not being believed so that we had meant to who knows their inner feminine. So that finally. We respect that part of ourselves so deeply. It's really this part. That i was leading in the meditation and we get so much clout in musculature. That are stories begin to matter an actually change what it means to be human

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First American dosed with Oxford-AstraZeneca phase three COVID-19 vaccine speaks out

Tom and Curley

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

First American dosed with Oxford-AstraZeneca phase three COVID-19 vaccine speaks out

"Contenders are Corona virus vaccine has started a final round of testing in the US Get the latest from CBS Medical correspondent Dr Jon Lapook 23 year old Jacob Serrano is the first volunteer to be dosed in the US with either the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine or a placebo. He has lost seven family members to covert 19 and says he wants to be part of the solution to save lives. No matter the cost. I know there was a break because it's like it's a trial, but I rather have us one step closer matter what it takes. Serrano was dosed on Friday at Headlands Gem Research Institute in Lake Worth, Florida Immune response was very encouraging. Dr. Larry Bush is an infectious disease doctor and the lead principal investigator for this trial site. He says he's optimistic. This vaccine is effective. More

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Man who lost 7 relatives to COVID-19 becomes first American to trial Oxford vaccine

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Man who lost 7 relatives to COVID-19 becomes first American to trial Oxford vaccine

"For a Corona virus vaccine has started a final round of testing in the U. S. Researchers at Oxford University in partnership with AstraZeneca started dozing the first volunteers last week. During this third and final phase. The vaccine is tested for safety and how effective it will be of reducing or blocking cove in 19 symptoms. CBS chief medical correspondent Dr Jonathan Luke spoke exclusively with the first American participating in this trial. 23 year old Jacob Serrano is the first volunteer to be dosed in the US with either the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine or a placebo. He has lost seven family members to covert 19 and says he wants to be part of the solution to save lives. No matter the cost. I know there was a break because it's like it's a trial. Bye. I'd rather have us one step closer, no matter what it takes. Serrano was dosed on Friday at Headlands Gem Research Institute in Lake Worth, Florida Immune response was very encouraging. Dr. Larry Bush is an infectious disease doctor and lead principal investigator for this trial site. He says he's optimistic this vaccine is effective in the phase one in two trials. A vaccine has been proven that not only do you get where bus neutralizing antibodies to fight the coroner Corona virus you get a T saw response another arm of the immune system to fight off the cells that do become infected. That's crucial in treating infections. Oxford University has been conducting phase three trials in the United Kingdom, Brazil and South Africa. Earlier phase is there was no evidence the vaccine causes serious reactions. Headlands research says. They're focuses on enrolling members of the African American and the lap next community who have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic. The numbers are pointing to that those groups of people becoming infected at a higher rate. And therefore that's a group that would highly benefit from vaccination. AstraZeneca says it plans to enroll up to 50,000 participants globally and is planning to start phase three trials in Japan and Russia. The company expects to have late stage trial results later this year. That is

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Judge sentences ex-MSU coach to jail in Nassar-related case

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Judge sentences ex-MSU coach to jail in Nassar-related case

"The former head gymnastics coach at Michigan State University has been sentenced to jail for lying to police about what she do about abuse by university Dr Larry Nassar Cathy Clegg is said at trial that she did not remember being told about abuse by former Olympic and Michigan State University doctor Larry Nassar she was found guilty by a jury in February of lying to police and today she's been sentenced to ninety days in jail and eighteen months of probation Nassar was sentenced in twenty eighteen to forty two hundred and seventy five years in prison for decades of serial abuse to hundreds of athletes several of Nassar's victims testified the greatest knew about the abuse two of them spoke ahead of the sentencing Larissa Boyce sekaligus held up a piece of paper in front of her when she was sixteen and older if she filed a report there could be serious consequences for her voice that she was representing her sixteen year old self was silenced and humiliated and all of the hundreds of girls that were abused after her I'm Jennifer king

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Judge sentences ex-MSU coach to jail in Nassar-related case

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Judge sentences ex-MSU coach to jail in Nassar-related case

"The former head gymnastics coach at Michigan State University has been sentenced to jail for lying to police about what she do about abuse by university Dr Larry Nassar Cathy Clegg is said at trial that she did not remember being told about abuse by former Olympic and Michigan State University doctor Larry Nassar she was found guilty by a jury in February of lying to police and today she's been sentenced to ninety days in jail and eighteen months of probation Nassar was sentenced in twenty eighteen to forty two hundred and seventy five years in prison for decades of serial abuse to hundreds of athletes several of Nassar's victims testified the greatest knew about the abuse two of them spoke ahead of the sentencing Larissa Boyce sekaligus held up a piece of paper in front of her when she was sixteen and older if she filed a report there could be serious consequences for her voice that she was representing her sixteen year old self was silenced and humiliated and all of the hundreds of girls that were abused after her I'm Jennifer king

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"dr larry" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"dr larry" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Hey guys, what can you as an individual do to help? Break the cycles of rage, pain, fear and violence that continued to grip, America and many other parts of the world, relating to the issue of race. Even though our guest this week was shot at by white police officers when he was only eleven, and then later in his life, had his house firebombed allegedly by local racists in the town where he was living. Even though he's gone through all of that, he is still hopeful that now is a moment of true, potential and opportunity to transform what he calls America's Racial Karma and by extension ourselves. Dr Larry Ward is a lay minister in the lineage of the Great. Vietnamese master TechNet Han. He's an advisor to the executive leadership institute at the Peter F Drucker School of Management He's done consulting work with fortune, five hundred companies, and he has a PhD in religious studies with an emphasis on Buddhism. His forthcoming book is called America's Racial Karma. Here, we go with Dr Larry Ward. Nice to meet you remotely, and for doing this sure nice to meet you, too. Take good care. We have a lot of meditators who listen to the show and so. I'd love to know more about what you do in your own mind when you feel the. The kind of suffering where you're. Empathizing with the families of these of these young people have been killed, or when memories are coming up for you from your own personal right story I, thank. Two pieces are important to. This is also the intergenerational. Flow of trauma. And it is also. The trauma experienced on the land in which we live. And so how I practice caring for myself different ways. Depending on what I'm feeling. <hes> etc so sometimes. I put on just music. And listen to music. That will help me move energy. That may be stuck somewhere in my body out. Or. What do you like through well? All kinds of music <hes>. Oh, I have a pretty wide. Pretty wide. Range of music I like depending on the mood or what I'm feeling needs to be processed. Michael Jackson Helps me a lot with some of his particular songs, especially the one he was sung at his memorial. Will you be there? Harry Belafonte's Day. When I need to feel like beauty is still in the world. Campaign the line <hes> no I do. Try to remember <hes>, I'm kind of a romantic at heart and so that. That soothes that part of me. That helps me remember. Life is beautiful. that it can be captured and word and sound and vibration, and in color. Sometimes I. Listen or observe an Natalie stall someone. WHO's a brilliant conductor? especially in her version of <hes>. Hombre, Ma Fu. So sometimes. I go the classical route. And choose different melodies and symphonies that also can move energy all of our. Creative! Arts and methods from my ancestors in one way designed to do these things, but if we don't learn to master them and don't learn to take the time to do them. We just as my grandmother used to say, running around with like chickens with our heads cut off. So, you put the music on and dance as a way to get the energy to move flowing. Yeah, sometimes I dance sometimes I cry sometimes I lay down and just let the sound and the music's music wash over my body. Sometime inspires a poem, etc, or another song that I find. Healing. And energizing and recovering to listen to so I don't get lost in my pain. And sometimes always every day. I go outside. So one of my practices daily at morning noon and night if I can is to be outside of four.

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"dr larry" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

The Tennis.com Podcast

13:13 min | 2 years ago

"dr larry" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

"Hello. Everyone welcome to the tennis. Dot Com. Podcast we are in Lake Nona at the US J. National Campus. I'm your host Nina. Panic joined by my co host. Irena Falconi. Hey guys. How's it going this episode? Special guest is Dr. Larry Lower Larry Welcome. Thanks for having me. I'm looking forward to it. Can you give us a brief little bio about who you are and what you do here? Well here I'm the mental skill specialist for player development. I work with are pros and our juniors Getting Ready for competition preparing mentally. I work with the coaches as well to get players ready. So my job is while the coaches work on the physical side is to work on the players mental side and make sure that they're prepared for competition as well as helping them deal with things that happened in their life. So it's not just about The player on the court but the player off the court as well the holistic approach. And it's my job to make sure that the players have what they need to compete in a happy way in a healthy way and a high functioning way. Have you always wanted to do this from the very beginning was this? You're calling well not since I was a baby but Certainly when I not not really no being not being facetious anymore being serious when I was younger I wanted to be a coach and civically a baseball coach. I wanted to play professional baseball. And that didn't work out We don't need to get into that and this podcast and since tennis sports play so I had decided I was going to be a coach and maybe actually go into commentating. On Television Live sports events. I was interested in and so went to Clarion University. My Hometown University and really wasn't that interested in the courses and communication and and the degree. So I I ran into the psychology doctor Dr Easily Krause who knew that I played sports and coaching as well and she said hey you know there's actually something called sports psychology. I was around nineteen years old. I'm like what does that was. Clueless had no idea. This is dating myself but this was like nineteen ninety-two right. What is that and she said? Well come check it out. I'm going to have a special course on sports psychology and so I took the course and love. It fell in love with it and at that point. I knew that's what I wanted to do. Because an answer questions I had about my own performances in terms of at times playing great and other times. Not Performing You know going in and going four for four and having a home run and three RB is in the next game striking out four times. And why does that happen and why are sometimes feel on and other times just way off? Why sometimes in the feudal my locked in and other times? I'M MAKING MISTAKES. Couldn't answer it for myself necessarily and. I wanted to know to help myself but also to help the players that I was coaching in Baseball Thomas. Coaching sixteen seventeen eighteen year old Baseball in Pennsylvania says I dug deeper into psychology and and Indus. Four psychology started answering the questions that I had so that that was really the start and then I was fortunate to be able to go to. Unc Greensboro with Dr Dangled Who's one of the best sports psychologist in the world and having worked with him? I really got a deep understanding of what it means to perform under pressure and in really the literature sports psychology and Research and application. And really that kind of set me up. That's that's a quick version of it for what I'm doing today. I know you said baseball is not the same as tennis. But you can relate to players who have struggled in their sport given your background playing sport but you can also maybe I know you work with professionals who maybe are successful. But you probably people that. Don't make it right absolutely so you can relate to. I WANNA get dark. Unless you can relate you can really yeah. You can relate to someone who is struggling with finding their identity after thinking they were. GonNa make it as a pro and not getting there right. So how did you? How did you work through that if you can talk about that and you know? Is there a formula for figuring yourself out after your dreams and your hopes kind of change that is deep this early? So that's a great question you know getting into my psyche this turning turning the tides on me. We're GONNA talk about Irena. We will okay good so much better about that well honestly schering dot. Me That was that was a process Having gone to college and and and walked onto play baseball and it didn't work out and I didn't really understand recruiting process and probably could played somewhere but ended up not playing coming from a small rural area and losing that dream. That point was really difficult. And so I'm I'm age. Nineteen you know and and not yet mature as I am now. I know it's hard to believe. But and and it took a while it was kind of a tailspin for a while I was. I wouldn't say I was depressed but I was pretty down about it and upset that this dream that I had didn't work out. And it took me some time to sort of regroup and certainly being in college and and having those experiences helped a lot where I was exposed to different things and ended up really being mentored in a in a wonderful way by Dr Crowson. In the field of psychology. And helping me take something that You know was a big disappointment in not being able to further my baseball career and actually turn it into something. We're now my mission is to help. Other people have what they need to be successful. Because I felt like maybe I missed out on some things for sure. I miss out on some things. I didn't understand the psychology. I didn't understand the process of figuring out how to get seen and recruited and go to college and play baseball. I didn't I don't understand any of that. I didn't have that opportunity so I wanna make sure that the players that I have a chance to come in contact with have what they need to reach their goals whether or not they do. It ends up being on them. But I don't WanNa be the reason that they don't get there and that's really important so that that changed my whole outlook on life but it took some soul searching and sometimes of just you know like what am I gonNa do you know. And there's no like easy way is not like okay. Do these three steps and it works out you need to. You need to go there. You need to think about what it is you want and realize that you know as my friend David Roth for. Who's ex-navy seal said that you have more than one mission in life the mission changes and for me that Dreamer. That mission changed at age. Nineteen where base? No baseball was no longer an option as as a player and I had to figure out what I was going to do and I found a new mission that was to help other athletes and help coaches. And that's something I truly love and enjoy and that's probably where a lot of the passion comes from because you know I hate to see people miss out on an opportunity at least have the chance to be successful. Speaking of helping people a lot of coaches talk about being able to see something special and a player that does eventually make it. Do you find that. It's easy to to to see that with With players that you work with are you able to see whether their mental skills are above and beyond someone that potentially does not make it? I think I can see the outliers. Pretty well. The people who just stand out but probably most people can one of the one of the things I think we fall. Prey to his as coaches is believing that we know. Who'S GONNA make it? And who's not and if you go back through history of looking at drafting or selection processes were not very good at determining and identifying. Who's GonNa make an WHO's not? It's really a numbers game to be honest. You you make enough choices. You'RE GONNA hit on somebody right so and not to others a lot of people out there that do this work and there's a lot of good people out there but it's really challenging to no no of someone can can do this at the highest level but what I will say is the thing that you look for. I is to someone have the passion to do tennis to do. The whatever given initiative sport activity it is and that is something that you you can see in person as you spend time with them I think it's a fallacy to think that you can go watch a player once or twice a tournament and thank. You have a figure it out you know. Thirteen fourteen year old player. Once you get to know someone I think you can start to understand better than this person may be has the building blocks of something pretty special but it needs to be now nurtured and developed and that in my mind you know there's not many players is not many. Serena's there's not many rodgers out there so but there's a lot of great players who developed through the pathway right and we wouldn't have known at thirteen but we know now

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"dr larry" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"dr larry" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"If someone at your house becomes becomes. Okay okay in terms of protecting yourself. Minimizing transmission at your own home. But there's not any reason to be stockpiling on supplies. You know there's reason to be washing your hands and be cautious. But we don't want to be having the hysteria right now of stockpiling for for Armageddon. That that's not what we're talking about. Okay over pets are safe right as far as as far as we know that dog our dogs and cats. Cnn chickens won't get this We really don't know we don't know There are have seen a couple of write ups and some veterinary websites Indicating that they're looking into it. And I know Jason I know you and you and your wife have got some animals my wife our animal rescue. You know and so that that's important and if I come across anything that that seems legitimate with answering the question will be Shirley no phone call. I will definitely do that similarity. Do you want to get the website in about your animal rescue while we're here would you So We're we're on facebook it's the LMS animal rescues rough rider R. U. F. F. R. E. E. R. Transports. And what do you do so with my wife and I do. Is We take in dogs? That are on the euthanasia list from local shelters Ami coordinate with other rescues and fosters all throughout Louisiana And other no kill shelters in Louisiana. So we get dogs off of the Youth Asia Lists. We then can submit these dogs to To No kill shelters in Iowa. Kansas New York All over the country really and transport them out of Louisiana to to get them to To get them to find forever homes you forever forever you know you are and I do. WanNa talk about the laugh. Animal Control Center. They're building a beautiful new complex Morobi DOE had made that I already and he really did end up seeing a lot of it through and the Animal Control Center or laughing. Animal Shelter and Care Centre has done things like lowering adoption fees and moving towards no kill. The adoption rates are much higher. They're partnering now with with our rescue as well as many others for transporting animals out of Louisiana and the impact that it's having euthanasia lists in Lafayette has been phenomenal and just a huge thank. Thank you to To show the Della who's director Lafayette Animal Shelter and Care Centre? But if you want to help out Our rescue it's the L. M. S. It's my initials. My wife's financials L. M. Ass Animal Rescue Foundation and you can find us on facebook. You can find us an Amazon Smile and You know please get involved. Please rescue spay neuter adopt And do what you can to help. Wonderful Pets in our community. I wanted to get that in. Because you're also active with rotary north. You're the incoming president so you bring your expertise to the community as a a doctor but you also bring your heart to. I said thank. You know it's fun. Yeah Rotary Rotary is a great organization again. You can look at dot org again. Put in pull the HAM hands but You know we're excited. We've gotten pulled down. Not only two countries worldwide Afghanistan and Pakistan World Polio Day every Tober twenty-fourth and check that out in Rotary Dot Oregon end polio. Now and Thank you very much for having me Aung. I want to thank Dr Larry. Simone for being a very knowledgeable guest.

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"dr larry" Discussed on Nourish Your Health at every age

Nourish Your Health at every age

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"dr larry" Discussed on Nourish Your Health at every age

"But wash your hands. You know practice. The the sort of six to eight foot diff- distance rule. You mentioned gloves. Clorox wipes yeah clorox wipes can be can be helpful for for cleaning services at your home the become in particular helpful for first of public spaces in terms of keeping those safe but gloves and having those things that your house become useful. If someone at your house becomes becomes. Okay okay in terms of protecting yourself. Minimizing transmission at your own home. But there's not any reason to be stockpiling on supplies. You know there's reason to be washing your hands and be cautious. But we don't want to be having the hysteria right now of stockpiling for for Armageddon. That that's not what we're talking about. Okay over pets are safe right as far as as far as we know that dog our dogs and cats. Cnn chickens won't get this We really don't know we don't know There are have seen a couple of write ups and some veterinary websites Indicating that they're looking into it. And I know Jason I know you and you and your wife have got some animals my wife our animal rescue. You know and so that that's important and if I come across anything that that seems legitimate with answering the question will be Shirley no phone call. I will definitely do that similarity. Do you want to get the website in about your animal rescue while we're here would you So We're we're on facebook it's the LMS animal rescues rough rider R. U. F. F. R. E. E. R. Transports. And what do you do so with my wife and I do. Is We take in dogs? That are on the euthanasia list from local shelters Ami coordinate with other rescues and fosters all throughout Louisiana And other no kill shelters in Louisiana. So we get dogs off of the Youth Asia Lists. We then can submit these dogs to To No kill shelters in Iowa. Kansas New York All over the country really and transport them out of Louisiana to to get them to To get them to find forever homes you forever forever you know you are and I do. WanNa talk about the laugh. Animal Control Center. They're building a beautiful new complex Morobi DOE had made that I already and he really did end up seeing a lot of it through and the Animal Control Center or laughing. Animal Shelter and Care Centre has done things like lowering adoption fees and moving towards no kill. The adoption rates are much higher. They're partnering now with with our rescue as well as many others for transporting animals out of Louisiana and the impact that it's having euthanasia lists in Lafayette has been phenomenal and just a huge thank. Thank you to To show the Della who's director Lafayette Animal Shelter and Care Centre? But if you want to help out Our rescue it's the L. M. S. It's my initials. My wife's financials L. M. Ass Animal Rescue Foundation and you can find us on facebook. You can find us an Amazon Smile and You know please get involved. Please rescue spay neuter adopt And do what you can to help. Wonderful Pets in our community. I wanted to get that in. Because you're also active with rotary north. You're the incoming president so you bring your expertise to the community as a a doctor but you also bring your heart to. I said thank. You know it's fun. Yeah Rotary Rotary is a great organization again. You can look at dot org again. Put in pull the HAM hands but You know we're excited. We've gotten pulled down. Not only two countries worldwide Afghanistan and Pakistan World Polio Day every Tober twenty-fourth and check that out in Rotary Dot Oregon end polio. Now and Thank you very much for having me Aung. I want to thank Dr Larry. Simone for being a very knowledgeable guest.

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"dr larry" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"dr larry" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Dr Larry on the printer built L. college but first the conclude like technique Nikki Haley into the break there's a conclusion of my interview with ambassador Haley in your in your time at the U. N. did you work with the deputy Assistant Secretary St George can't ambassador Taylor a battery of on a bench at all you know I don't I may have been in meetings with them but I don't think I had any direct interaction with them have you been following their testimony I had some white yes it sounds to me I don't think there's any illegal action by the present here I don't think there's an offense much was an impeachable offense but I do understand that the state department hates back channels and has since Harry Hopkins went to England in nineteen forty one since John Scali dealt with the Soviets and during the Cuban Missile Crisis and Kissinger went to China the state department hates back channels how do you assess the criticisms from these career professionals are obviously smart and talented of the president and Rudy Giuliani well first of all you know we worked with many foreign service officers and and I have great respect for them they are true patriot they are experts in their field and helped me tremendously I'm at the land at the state department but I will tell you we did encounter foreign service officers at the U. N. that had a political bias and date challenged us and we would have to you know address that with them set them down talk to them tell them that look you know we are we are doing the actions of the president and so those things can happen these people you know absolutely are patriots for serving our country this is the part that bothers me is they are going off of a lot of assumptions you go to hear them say well this is what the president wanted none of them had direct conversations with the president to hear them say I heard a conversation between these two people and assume that you heard what the president said there's a whole lot of perception and there's a whole lot of assumptions and when those types of things happen you have to go back to the fact let me close let me close investor Haley with twenty twenty four we're going to have the vice president running for president we're gonna have senator Rick Scott maybe run to Santa's maybe governor do see maybe Mike Pompeii I'll is there any way you run in twenty twenty four I just don't know and I don't think it's worth thinking about I think that right now I want to make sure that the president vice president get elected and make sure that we can continue to to work on Republican majority and and keep our country strong strong and and continue on the path that were on that I just don't know means it is possible because I look at this as a conservative center right Republican backing talk show host who's got you know in twenty sixteen I had to do a hundred and seventy interview to cover the feel I did the field going to be that big do you think the fields going to be a lot more people than Mike pence I think our days are over when we have small primary I think that's true on the Republican side I think it's true on the Democrat side I think we're not gonna have larger primaries going forward and do you believe that they are and see how to set up rules to eliminate you know marginal candidates who could not possibly win the nomination so that we don't go through what we did in sixteen and the Democrats are going through now trapped by declarations of trying to run and get attention you've got to set the bar high do you agree with that well I think it it's a fine line I mean I believe anybody that wants to run should run I think that you know if that were the case that never would have been on the run for governor I was sent out of five candidates you know least amount of money at least not a name ID and we worked our way up when I do think that the Democrats have done better than the Republicans this time that's how they manage the debates there have to be requirements that you have to me to be in a debate so that we can start to lessen the number of people that are on that HM I think I think one of those requirements are to be doing the you you it shall monthly how about that I absolutely agree fastener Nikki Haley thank you with all due respect the brand new best seller by our former United States ambassador to United Nations go out and get it today she'll be back often because I think he got a run for president in twenty twenty four but she didn't say that she didn't say that thank you she didn't say that but with all due respect is it's not quite a campaign book it's pretty close I believe she will be dog by that allegation of general Kelly I know it did not sit well with a lot of people it suggests insubordination by a highly decorated marine officer she probably didn't control the timing of the book but it coming out on veterans day for a gold star family also rankled quite a few people but she is very articulate very able very effective in defense of the United States the president and I think she's running in twenty twenty four okay but doesn't Pentagon run Nikki Haley governor Scott now senator Scott I think governor deuce you gonna run except very state Pompeii might run I I believe as well that senator Rick Scott's gonna run maybe senator Marco Rubio we might have three four ready I mean I'm gonna be back in that same cycle of I got a twenty twenty four I would have to do two hundred and seventy interviews but what we gotta do is stop the marginal candidate god bless George Pataki but yeah in my over bending over backwards to be fair I interviewed a map dozen times in twenty sixteen we don't need that we don't need we need people have a pathway to the president did not there but I like the fact if you read this UNRRA the refugee organization when she talks about how we put pressure on them to clean up their act it's just Ukraine to Plano it's the same thing she wrote the book months ago before this came out no bribery absolutely absurd I'll be talking about it was said Gorka tonight the Silicon Valley at the Fremont merry I hope.

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01:50 min | 3 years ago

"dr larry" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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